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INSTALLATION                                                              5.     Attach masking ...
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7.    Remove the dashboard center vent (five clips and                         8.      Move the ...
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10. Remove the audio panel (four screws, four clips, and         12. Remove the glove box damper...
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18. Under the front passenger’s seat, remove the                    Installing the Bass Unit
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23. Secure the bass system harness to the bass unit                                    25. Insta...
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27. If the vehicle is equipped with an XM unit, secure the            29. Attach one cushion tap...
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32. Route the bass system harness up from the                                      34. Remove th...
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37. Open the two covers from the right rear door panel,             39. Remove the right rear do...
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  1. 1. www.collegehillshonda.com Accessory Application Publications No. AII 42592 INSTALLATION BASS SYSTEM 2010 CR-V Issue Date INSTRUCTIONS AUG 2009 PARTS LIST 4 Washer-bolts, 5 x 12 mm Bass Works Attachment kit (sold separately) P/N 08B54-SWA-100 Bass system harness 4 Flange nuts, 5 mm Right bracket Bass Speaker System Kit (sold separately) P/N 08A54-SNA-100 2 Bass speakers Left bracket Bass unit 7 Wire ties TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED Wire tie with clip Phillips screwdriver Flat-tip screwdriver Clip remover Isopropyl alcohol Shop towel 8 mm, 10 mm, and 14 mm Combination wrenches 2 EPT sealers 8 mm, 10 mm, and 14 mm Sockets Ratchet Masking Tape 8 Cushion tapes © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved AII 42592 (0908) 08B54-SWA-1000-91 1 of 10
  2. 2. www.collegehillshonda.com INSTALLATION 5. Attach masking tape to the dashboard as shown. Removing the Vehicle Parts 6. Using a flat-tip screwdriver, release the two retaining 1. Fully open the left and right rear door glass. tabs from the center upper cover and remove the center upper panel (four clips). 2. Write down the customer’s radio station presets; the radio memory will be erased when you disconnect the battery. 3. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, DASHBOARD then write down the frequencies for the preset buttons. 4. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Illustration of the Bass System Installed on the Vehicle. TAPE RETAINING TABS 6207012H 4 CLIPS SPEAKER BASS UNIT BASS SYSTEM HARNESS 6214082H CENTER UPPER PANEL 2 of 10 AII 42592 (0908) © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. www.collegehillshonda.com 7. Remove the dashboard center vent (five clips and 8. Move the shift lever to the “1” position. Tape a shop disconnect the vehicle connector). towel around the shift lever and tape around the heater control unit. DASHBOARD CENTER VENT HEATER CONTROL UNIT WITH AUTO AIR VEHICLE CLIP 4 CLIPS VEHICLE CONNECTOR VEHICLE CONNECTOR HEATER 5 CLIPS CONTROL UNIT 6207020H HEATER SHOP CONTROL TOWEL UNIT SHIFT LEVER VEHICLE CONNECTORS FLAT-TIP (With manual air) TAPE SCREWDRIVER SHOP TOWEL 6207035H 9. Using a flat-tip screwdriver wrapped with a shop towel. Remove the heater control unit (four clips and disconnect the vehicle connector(s). © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved AII 42592 (0908) 3 of 10
  4. 4. www.collegehillshonda.com 10. Remove the audio panel (four screws, four clips, and 12. Remove the glove box damper (two screws and disconnect the vehicle connectors). disconnect the damper). 4 CLIPS 4 SCREWS AUDIO PANEL DAMPER GLOVE BOX VEHICLE CONNECTORS SCREWS 62070 6207061 11. Remove the passenger’s dashboard undercover 13. Remove the right front door sill trim (three clips). (three clips and two pins). RIGHT FRONT DOOR SILL TRIM 3 CLIPS 2 PINS 3 CLIPS FRONT PASSENGER’S DASHBOARD UNDERCOVER 62060 6207 4 of 10 AII 42592 (0908) © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. www.collegehillshonda.com 16. 14. Remove the passenger’s front door weatherstrip 16 Remove the rear seat bolt cover from the front from around the kick panel, then remove the right pasenger’s seat (five retaining tabs). kick panel (two clips). 2 RETAINING 3 RETAINING TABS TABS REAR SEAT BOLT COVER FRONT DOOR REAR SEAT WEATHERSTRIP BOLT COVER 2 CLIPS FRONT SEAT BOLT COVER FRONT FRONT RIGHT KICK PASSENGER’S CLIP PANEL SEAT 6206080H 15. If equipped, remove the seat under tray: • Raise the lock, and remove the under tray by 2 CLIPS pulling it toward you. FRONT SEAT BOLT COVER • Remove the under tray guard (four retaining tabs). 6207071H 17. Remove the front seat bolt cover from the front passenger’s seat (three clips). FRONT PASSENGER’S SEAT UNDER TRAY 4 RETAINING TABS UNDER TRAY GUARD 6523010H © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved AII 42592 (0908) 5 of 10
  6. 6. www.collegehillshonda.com 18. Under the front passenger’s seat, remove the Installing the Bass Unit vehicle connectors from the seat rail then remove 20. Remove the four screws from the bass unit, and the vehicle clip. install the right and left brackets to the bass unit 19. Remove the front passenger ’s seat bolts and tilt the using these screws. front passenger’s seat back (four bolts and vehicle connectors). RIGHT BRACKET FRONT PASSENGER’S SEAT “HIGH CUT” AND “GAIN” ADJUTMENTS Adjust to the nine o’clock position. 4 WASHER- BOLTS 4 BOLTS BASS UNIT LEFT BRACKET 6207083H FLAT-TIP SCREWDRIVER 21. Adjust the HIGH CUT and GAIN adjustments on the bass unit to the nine o’clock position. 22. Get the bass system harness, route the bass system harness under the floor carpet and out through the hole in the carpet. Plug the connector into the bass unit. VEHICLE VEHICLE VEHICLE CONNECTOR CLIP CONNECTOR BASS UNIT 6523021H BASS SYSTEM HARNESS 6207094H 6 of 10 AII 42592 (0908) © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. www.collegehillshonda.com 23. Secure the bass system harness to the bass unit 25. Install the bass unit to the front passenger’s seat using the two EPT sealers. frame using four 5 x 12 mm washer-bolts and four 5 mm flange nuts. EPT SEALER BASS SYSTEM HARNESS SEAT BASS UNIT FRAME STUD BASS SYSTEM INSTALLATION HARNESS HOLE SEAT FRAME BASS UNIT EPT SEALER 6208 24. Secure the bass system harness to the right bracket using one wire tie with clip. 4 WASHER-BOLTS 4 FLANGE NUTS (5 x 12 mm) (5 mm) RIGHT 6208031 BRACKET 26. Route the bass system harness along the door opening as shown, and secure it to the vehicle panel using five cushion tapes. BASS SYSTEM HARNESS BASS SYSTEM HARNESS VEHICLE PANEL WIRE TIE WITH CLIP FRONT 6208024H Approx. 30 mm Route the harness 5 CUSHION away from this hole. TAPES RIGHT KICK PANEL INSTALLATION HOLE 62100 © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved AII 42592 (0908) 7 of 10
  8. 8. www.collegehillshonda.com 27. If the vehicle is equipped with an XM unit, secure the 29. Attach one cushion tape to the edge of the vehicle bass system harness to the vehicle panel using one frame. cushion tape. CUSHION TAPE CUSHION TAPE VEHICLE PANEL BASS SYSTEM HARNESS EDGE OF VEHICLE FRAME FRONT 6210040H 6210031H 30. Route the bass system harness along the vehicle 28. Secure the bass system harness to the vehicle frame towards the center of the vehicle. harness using one wire tie. VEHICLE HARNESS GLOVE BOX OPENING VEHICLE UNIT VEHICLE HARNESS WIRE TIE BASS SYSTEM HARNESS FRONT BASS SYSTEM 5 WIRE TIES HARNESS 6210052H 6703070H 31. Secure the bass system harness to the vehicle harness using five wire ties. 8 of 10 AII 42592 (0908) © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. www.collegehillshonda.com 32. Route the bass system harness up from the 34. Remove the right rear door sash trim (two clips and glovebox toward the audio unit opening. one retaining tab). AUDIO PANEL BASS SYSTEM OPENING HARNESS GLOVE BOX OPENING RETAINING TAB 2 CLIPS RIGHT REAR DOOR SASH TRIM 6210061H 621401 33. Connect the bass system harness 17-pin connector 35. Remove the inside handle cover (two retaining tabs) to the vehicle 17-pin connector and secure the and remove the two self-tapping screws from the connector, to the vehicle harness using one wire tie. right rear door panel. VEHICLE 17-PIN VEHICLE RIGHT REAR CONNECTOR HARNESS DOOR PANEL SELF-TAPPING SCREW COVER 4 RETAINING TABS SELF-TAPPING SCREW INSIDE HANDLE COVER 2 RETAINING BASS SYSTEM TABS WIRE TIE HARNESS 17-PIN CONNECTOR 62130 6214030H 36. Remove the cover (four retaining tabs) and remove the self-tapping screw from the right rear door panel. © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved AII 42592 (0908) 9 of 10
  10. 10. www.collegehillshonda.com 37. Open the two covers from the right rear door panel, 39. Remove the right rear door speaker (one screw, two and remove the two self-tapping screws. hooks, and disconnect the connector). SELF-TAPPING VEHICLE 2-PIN RIGHT REAR CONNECTOR SCREW DOOR PANEL VEHICLE SPEAKER (Not reused) RIGHT REAR DOOR COVER SCREW (Reuse.) HOOKS SELF-TAPPING SCREW 6214050H COVER 6214020H 40. Remove the left rear door speaker. 38. Pull the right rear door panel out toward you to 41. Install the bass speakers into the rear doors using release the seven clips, remove the inside handle the screws you removed. Push against the speaker from the door panel (three clips), disconnect the while installing the screw. vehicle connector, and remove the right rear door panel. VEHICLE 2-PIN RIGHT REAR DOOR CONNECTOR INSIDE HANDLE BASS RIGHT SPEAKER REAR 3 CLIPS DOOR VEHICLE CONNECTOR SCREW (Reuse) HOOKS 6217010H 42. Check that all wire harnesses are routed properly 7 CLIPS and all connectors are plugged in. 43. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery. 44. Enter the customer’s audio and navigation system (if equipped) anti-theft code, and reset the XM radio presets, and the clock. RIGHT REAR DOOR PANEL 45. Reinstall all removed parts. Torque the seat bolts to 34 N·m (25 lb-ft). 10 of 10 AII 42592 (0908) © 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved

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